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develop as we go through the afternoon. the drizzle goes below the radar beams. the drizzle is below that so we cannot actually pick that up. but we will likely see those showers in the afternoon. those details coming up in the seven-day forecast. >> all right. now we're talking powerball. one lucky person in florida waking up a multimillionaire. one winning ticket was sold for he wing jackpot for -- winning jackpot. >> time to check your numbers. they are 22, 10, 13, 14, 52 and a powerball of 11. even though the odds of winning was 175 million and one, plenty of people were found willing to take the bet on those odds.
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>> grocery stores or any store that was selling powerball did not have to search for customers. >> i'm wondering why they are all here, because i am going to win it. >> maryland is one of 43 states that participants and -- par 'tis patriots and participants can't wait to see if their bank account will be richer. >> i mean, who else? i don't have no money so i try get some money. >> i feel lucky. it's time for me to get out of my little house and into a mansion. >> whether you take the cash lump sum of $376 million or the annuity option, that is a lot of money. >> i know exactly what to do with it. i'll help the homeless and the
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poor. >> take a long vacation and take these paint clothes off and live good. >> i can't imagine but i imagine i would give most of it away. family members and my children mostly. >> so again all we know is lottery officials say one ticket matched the moments from fra. >> a scary moment for a wedding party when a limo caught fire near the j.f.x. one of our colleagues took this video as he passed by. firefighters arrived and police say no one was hurt but it remains unclear what exactly caused that fire and we' learning more about the fire that broke out. fire officials tell us two homes were damaged after the fire broke out 9:30 a.m. saturday morning.
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we're told the homes were occupied at the time but everyone was able to make it out safely. no word on the cause but the familys are being assisted by the red cross. >> police are investigating two stabbings, police believe alcohol was involved in a knife attack that happened around 6:00 a.m. yesterday morning. the victim was treated at union memorial hospital and has since been released. the suspect has been identified as a former student cody, an a quains of the victim and is in police custody. >> officers are looking for the suspect in a stabbing that happened hours before. in catonsville. we're told a man was found in the area found stabbed multiple times and no word yet
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on his condition. running of 138th the preakness stakes. it was an upset on the track. so many people had their money orb, but it was ox beau who won with the jockey becoming the oldest jockey to win the preakness. here's kate amara. >> happy preakness. >> ahh, the preakness, quite possibly the only place that can attract gene simmons, a police detective. >> will the real police detective please step forward. >> and a photo bomber in a horse mask. >> there's all kinds of people
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from cross-eyed and crooked to -- >> and a lesson inontrast. >> i am an obstetrician/gynecologist but not today. >> the bottomless mug of beer. >> release ling. >> in a mug? >> shared the stage with a trophy so expensive it's not a vase it's the wood long vozz and it didn't matter it was a windy, drizzly day. over 100,000 people still showed up. >> a little cold and a little rainy, but we're having fun. >> everybody gets out and enjoys the day. >> and what happened to orb? >> there may be 138 years of tradition but the preakness broke new ground in 2013. an upset on old hill top proves that 50 years old is most certainly not over the hill.
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>> we're going to be here next year. 364 days we'll be right back. >> i'm kate amara. wbal-tv 11 news. >> baltimore city say for them it was a relatively quiet preakness. there were 23 minor medical calls and three men were arrested for disorderly conduct. there may be ears truth to the theory that women live longer than men. >> i'm lowell melser on the set of "house of cards." find out why kevin spacey is calling maryland, hollywood east. have a good night. here you go. you, too.
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>> good morning. we're waking up to some fog, a bit of drizzle as well, but temperatures are pretty mild. right now we're around 60 degrees. closer to 61 at the airport and we head north. we normally expect to it warm up a lot more but today we'll probably only see 10 more degrees for an afternoon high temperature. with fog and drizzle earlier on. e will have cloudy skies and at any moment we have a chance to be drizzley. definitely want to have a light jacket or even an umbrella with
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you today especially if you plan on being outside for any length of time. i mentioned the drizzle. that doesn't normally show up on the radar, because these beams actually go higher up into the atmosphere as they travel away from the actual radar site, so they miss the clouds and drizzle forming in the atmosphere. and we actually have more thundershowers as you get into delaware and ocean city. there's another batch of showers to our south. this is the unstable boundy that has a front that's been meandering around the area. it's still something we have to deal with even as we go into next week. so just a few scattered showers
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up towards new york and new york city. here's the guy that we're watching out for. . e stationary front so until this completely clears out, we have to talk about rain chances not just today but into the next couple of days. almost like a back door cold front. only 34 in maine and 53 in boston. so there's a weak boundary causing cold air in new england otherwise we're having milder air. he factor -- the forecast into night, showers are possible and we drap back into the 60's. a lot of rain showing up but doesn't mean it's going to rain the whole time. it's mainly the afternoon hours and you will have a couple
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thunderstorms which hopefully clears out leading to nicer weather on saturday. >> at least it's going to be warm today. >> silver lining. >> what started out as an experiment on net flicks has turned out to be a huge success and we're talking about "house of cards" which has ties to maryland. >> and lowell melser got to go backstage where actors say they owe some of the success to the incentive they can only find here in our state. >> i'm having the time of my life so, i'm enormously pleased that we have landed here in the state of maryland and have been given such a tremendous welcome. >> actor kevin spacey and his crew behind him have become one of the biggest cheerleaders thanks to the maryland tax credit that's allowed huge productions like house of cards
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to shoot here. >> as these tax credits encourage films to shoot here will only get largerer and grow exponentially. >> the mayor pointed out because of the film tax credit over 6,000 jobs have been created and the economic impact from cards alone is about $100 million. >> the ability to be able to attract not only movies but i think more importantly a series like this series, house of cards, which employs by the way some 2,000 marylanders who are at work and adding to maryland's growing economy. >> the tax credits have also support aryland to this.
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>> they are rivaling any crews that have ever worked in hollywood, and it's a delight for me to come here, just in terms of personally, i like baltimore a great deal. >> and according to producers, season two of "house of cards" should air some time after january 204. in harford county, lowell melser. >> we did see kevin spacey at preakness yesterday. he was nice enough to take a picture with deborah and i so it was nice that he was walking around, out and about enjoying all maryland has to offer. well, nbc retools its fall lineup. you can find out what that is coming up. and in n our merritt -- our "medical alert," how it is proposed to protect kids. (horn blowing)
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>> in this morning's "medical alert," just as oscar winner angelique chengelis has revealed she -- angelina jolie as revealed she had a double mastectomy, we find there are two different types of exams. omputed and non-and they found omputed was less effective than digital mammography. but women should be informed at .his cancer detection
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and mali find is f.d.a. approved to help detect skin cancer sooner than other technology. >> this has few changes to indicate there may be a melanoma or may not and this machine may help us with making that decision. >> that was dr. goldberg who says if you catch melanoma eay before it spreads to other body parts there's usually a 100% cure rate mandatory teens are looking for that golden glow and while the se of tanning beds are used by so many teens the laws are changing on how minors can access those tanning beds. >> ok. >> in her busy season janice
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says she sees about 2,000 tanning clients a month. she doesn't allow kids under the age 16 but young clients aren't uncommon. >> i have seen where you have got a 13 or 14-year-old where it's the parent who can allow them to do it but there should be some sort of guidelines. >> in maryland a law-made parental consent form is required in 2008. but now -- >> what we heard was the form we were using that educated parents and their teenagers about the risks of tanning was not up to date. they include parents show a state-issued i.d. signifying a language that indoor tanning causes skin dancer. to maryland we want them
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understand what the risks are. >> while january is says she doesn't see many differences tween the two forms, she's not opposed to it. >> children under the age of 17 should be able to have their parents to allow they will to do anything. >> one worries more regulation will eventually hurt business. >> they are going to keep going more and more and more which i think will essentially affect t. >> kai reed wbal-tv 11 news. >> we know women end to live longer than men but now we know why. it seems women may have a longer-lasting immune system. researchers examined blood from adults between the ages of 20
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and 90 found a white blood cells decreased in both sex with age but it was more gradual in women which may explain why women tend to have a longer life span. we're going to tell you what's in and out and moving in your tv lineup but first here's a look at some of the events going on around town today. [ telephone rings ] good evening, this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive.
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>> there are some familiar and fresh faces coming to nbc this fall. we have the details on what's coming this september. >> there he is. >> nbc hopes to recapture some past thursday night shows this fall, the michael j. fox show is one family show focused on tonight. >> it's not aw, shucks, but it's a family show and i think it's relatable. >> a long time ago -- > the "will and grace" character plays the father of a divorced teen. >> 9:00 thursdays which a lot of shows in the history of nbc have shined in that time slot. so i hope to have some of that luck. . and moving "parenthood"
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>> nbc's new dramas include iron side and blair underwood who stars as a paralyzed detective and "the black list" features james spader as a world refound in criminal helping the federal bureau of investigation. was the le primetime main focus of today's presentation there were new hosts of late night. >> what the heck have you gotten yourself into in a year from now see if i'm this happy. >> advertisers filled radio city music hall for a preview. viewers can pass judgment come this fall. mark barger, wbal-tv 11 news. >> and time right now is 5:28.
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>> welcome back to 11 news on this rainy morning. >> we'll get to our top stories in a moment but ava, you say this weather should not be rainy all day? >> yes. but at any moment of the day there's a possibility. >> so no yard work today? >> absolutely. stay in and watch a movie. we're stuck in this unsettled weather. 'm ready to have one day where i don't have to talk about a chance of drizzle. be careful this morning, there may be advise billty trouble with fog. in virginia, north carolina as well, there's that same boundary we have been talking
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about for days and it's still going to be hanging around going back up north bringing shower chances as well. watch out for that today. that's going to keep the temperatures down. near 70 by the afternoon. your seven-day forecast coming up in a moment. >> taking a look at the morning's top stories, an elderly couple is recovering after they were hit by a car in parkville around 9:30 last night. an 80-year-old man was transported to shock trauma suffering serious injuries. know male, we don't specifically her injuries but they are believed to be as serious as the man's. right now there's no word on who was at fault. >> and investigating a double shooting in southwest baltimore yesterday in the 1200 block of glendon avenue, police found two juvenile males suffering
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from gunshot wounds. one was shot in the leg and the other in the head. at last check both are listed in stable condition in an area hospital and we're learning a suspicious death investigation may stem from an attempted murder-suicide. baltimore county police responded to bell wood green where they found the body of a woman and unconscious man. the woman is 45-year-old kathleen washington. police say she suffered multiple injuries but are waiting for an autopsy and the and now in the house are dissed in serious but stable conditions suffering from what police say were self-inflicted wounds. >> covering the nation this morning, as many as 60 people are being treated for injuries they sustained after a car drove into a parade. an elderly driver participating
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in that parade may have suffered a medical emergency when he lost control of his cadillac. three of the victims were flown to regional hospital and another dozen including the driver were taken to the hospital and none of the injuries are believed to be life-threatening. >> and a u.s. airways express flight was forced to make a belly landing in newark, new jersey. >> rescue crews surrendered the turbo crop plane after it made a belly landing outside early this morning. u.s. airways flight operated by pediatrician monte airlines took off from philadelphia bound for newark at 11:00 p.m. and made a hard landing shortly after 1:00 a.m. and the flight crew declared an emergency after the left mainlanding gear would not extend.
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port authority firefighter units net plane on the runway and evacuated passengers. amazingly no injuries were reported. all passengers recovered their bags and left shortly after the belly landing. >> commercial planes carry a backup system for lowering landing gear. >> the bigger question was why was the backup process unsuccessful? that's where the investigation will be. >> the last time a belly landing drew attention was when a polish airliner carrying 200-plus passengers was forced to make a belly landing. last year a united airlines flight landed in newark, new york without its front landing gear. survivors of these emergencies say the memorys are hard to
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shavenlgt >> one writes an account in this "new york times" magazine. >> one of the scariest parts is you're not really able to control where your mind goes. >> for the passengers and crews this morning a brush with danger but a safe ending. nbc news, new york. >> from hero to suspect a former philadelphia police officer has been charged with sex crimes. 27-year-old richard was once called a hero by president obama for chasing down a suspect even after being shot in the face. he retired on disability two years ago but is now facing two charges of rape and sexual is off. meanwhile the f.b.i. and other law enforcement are executeing a search warrant in the case of wo letters containing ricin. officials in hazmat suits searched a neighborhood near
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spoe cane. no word on whether the police have named any suspects. there have been no reports of illnesses in connection to those letters. >> and still ahead the aye dream goes into the underworld of human trafficking right here in maryland. >> plus, two tornadoes sweep through central kansas. we're going to have a look at that damage. wow. hundreds more in your wallet year after year. feed me! saving you money -- now, that's progressive. call or click today.
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>> more reports of severe weather this morning, this time in the plains states. weather chasers caught up with
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two tornadoes in kansas and you can see both opened over open farm fields. no serious damage was reported. and floodwaters forced several water rescues, and some of the roads in alabama looked like this and with close to 400 miles of dirt roads, some areas may be harder hit. also about 20 people were calling to be rescued froming floodwaters. >> now we are stuck in a weather pattern. when you see videos like that in the south and out towards the plains it kind of makes you appreciate this weather because although it's kind of dreary, it's not severe. it looks quiet outside but that's a little deceiving. what you're seeing is the radar
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poll traveling above the precipitation. it's not detecting it because it's being created by fog and some drizzle in place. we also have some light showers into parts of delaware and into the lower eastern shore in places like ocean city. the rain helps keep the temperatures from falling too much. 63 at the airport. 59 at westminster and as you head into the mountains, it's not that much colder. we have 54 in oakland. fairly mild to start the day but with cloud cover and a chance for showers, we're not oing to see a major warm-up. maybe downtown it gets closer to 72. drizzle earlier on and as we go throughout the day we're going to be talking about showers as well. so we're not going to say it's going to rain the entire day,
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but so if you have outdoor plans you're going have to think of the alternative. looking at the radar right now you're going to see how most of the showers are down to our south. we also have a batch of storms just off the coast of delmarva with a boundary we have been tracking all week long, and we are just ready for it to get out of our hair. this will move north and we will then have some rain chances still, but they will be milder. we look forward to a mild irsunny day the end of next week. right now 61 degrees. baltimore 66. the warm air eventually lifting in this week. in new england, 34 in caribou
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and 53 in boston so much cooler conditions as you travel east. we drop back into the mid 60's for the overnight lows. 60 each and every morning and it gets noticeably warmer in the mornings but each day has a chance for a shower and storm especially in the afternoon hours and then hopefully this all clears out by next saturday. >> thanks ava. well, the former barkley rec center re-opens. it was shut down last sunday, a victim of budget cuts but now greater homewood community cooperation which was in charge of the rehab envisioned a wider range from yoga classes to job skills training. >> our goal so keep middle class people living in the city. they don't need be driving to
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timonium to get a yoga class. >> and they say the center will try to offer what the public demands. sounds like a pretty wide range of activities. >> and we're going to talk about sex trafficking coming up, the i-team goes into the underworld and misconception of what it is. >> but first here's a look at last night's winning lottery numbers.
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>> well, what was once a hard-to-believe problem is growing, drug trafficking. >> a man was charged and convicted of sex trafficking. >> and officials say you really won't have to look hard to find those who have been forced to have sex from drug traffickers. >> two young volunteers are packing up supplies of -- for victims of sex trafficking. >> she was walking to a buyer. did you guys notice that? >> it doesn't take long before two from the safe house of hope spot young women waiting alone on the city's dark streets. >> you want something to drink? ou also want a number to the
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24-hour hot line? >> this one says she is 17. >> how long have you been out here? >> the girl says two years. >> with summer approaching volunteers expect to see 50 girls a night. most of them are not prostitutes by choice but are being forced to sell themselves in the growing commodity of human trafficking where victims are forced to have sex and all the money goes to the pimp. >> this was a junior track athlete at st. john's college in new york when she found for f in need of money school but found herself at the violent hands of this man. she says she was beaten and forced to sell herself with a
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quota of $500 a night. >> if you multiply $500 times $365 you get a figure of $188,000. >> and you saw none of it? >> no. >> it took three attempts before she was able to run away and free herself. >> this is not exclusively occurring in southeast asia or cambodia or the ukraine. sex trafficing is happening on the streets every day. >> the poe layer is project in washington operates the national trafficking human hotline which has received 70,000 calls in the last five years including more than 1,200 from maryland making it the 13th high nest call volume in the country. >> there's no single phase. it's about questions of vulnerability. >> in annapolis a three-year lobbying effort finally produced some success. maryland law will now allow the
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access of traffickers to be forif ited as it has been in drug and gambling. > it's big the money being made off of human trafficking. >> three bills to increase penalties in sex trafficking failed. >> at shared hope international outside d.c., which is pushing for stronger trafficking laws, this woman is looking to eradicate the industry. in a strange twist to her case she now has to register as a sex offender because she was convicted for driving minors across the state line for prostitution. >> one day we will stop criminalizing the victims.
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>> changing public perceptions of the girls on the streets is a top priority. a shift in perspectives they say must occur if trafficking cases are going to diminish at all. for the 11 news i-team, i'm deborah weiner. >> and focusing on those who work in the trenches to help the victims. >> and stay with us. much more ahead on 11 news sunday morning. >> hi, i'm pete gilbert. coming up in sports, an incredible komback we saw at the preakness. the only thing we'd ever grown together
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>> well, the message we can most certainly take away from the 138th preakness, if you're
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going employ ages, you will do so at your own peril. if you didn't like the 50-year-old saddling it up, you missed out by a long shot. we're talking about a day at the preakness with more than 117,000 on hand. it was dreary but you still had a lot of fun. with dominating and but gary stevens, 50 years old, had been retired for seven years came back into the game because he thought he still had a chance and something left to prove. in the back stretch nobody was there to challenge him and he knew this was going to be pretty special. >> ox bo. it's my lucky day to the outside. it's oxbo and gary stevens to win the preakness in an upset
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over it's my lucky day. >> oxbo giving dean lucas smith a champion and i think frankly he's redefining the term "comeback." >> i'm not going to lie to i don't , to win a classic at 50 years old after seven years of retirement, it doesn't get any better than this. it's super sweet and happened for the right guy and all the stars were aligned and i couldn't be more pleased winning this thing. it's eastbound more special winning it for wayne lucas and his team. >> we take a look at the results in the preakness. he , it's my lucky day, paid $35 on a $1 bet. and also making his orioles debut facing the tampa bay rays, a very nice start for the
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young man. ben zobe earth certainly thought so. couldn't touch that one. struck out five, 75 pitches was ok. and he had a pretty nice lead. nick markakis an chris davis, his league-leading 12th home run of the season. go to the ninth up 6-4. jim johnson struggled. blew one last time out. hadn't done that in more than a year and back at it again. there a solo shot he gives up to kelly johnson. then torturing the orioles all day, drove in five including those two to put tampa bays in front. they knocked off the orioles 5-6. congratulations to the top-ranked women knocking off the duke blue devils off to the semifinals for another year. i'm pete gilbert. have a great day.
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>> thanks pete. 5:57 and 65 degrees downtown. here's a look ahead to our next hour of 11 news sunday morning. >> somebody is waking up richer this morning. lottery officials say the winning powerball ticket was purchased somewhere outside of maryland. we'll tell you where, coming up. >> what do you mean? if we won we would still be here. i love my job. i love getting up at 3:00 a.m. [laughter] >> very exciting for whoever won. maybe you win the rain lottery today? your forecast coming up.
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[captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> good morning, and welcome to 11 news sunday morning i'm jennifer franciotti. lisa has the day off. >> and i'm kerry cavanaugh. we'll get to our top stories in a moment but first we will go to ava. sounds like we may need our umbrella all week. >> yes. >> like a guest who needs to go. >> yes. after three days, ugh, ready to be done with it. but the good news is the grass is so green and the guard and the garden is full. it's pretty stick out out there.
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we have an easterly wind flow. bringing the showers in place with that easterly flow we still have the drizzle this morning. you will see organized showers in north carolina. patchy fog and drizzle from 8:00 a.m. to lunch time 6 and scattered showers. as we approach 70 for the afternoon high so if you plan to be outside at all today a rain jacket will probably be ideal. >> thank you, ava. we know from preakness, a ticket can be all about odds. one ticket -- an estimated $590 million a lone ticket sold at a supermarket. if you bought a ticket, grab your ticket because it is time
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to check those numbers. 10, 13, 14, 22 and 52 with a powerball of 11 and even though the odds are 75 million to one we found plenty of people willing to place a bet on those odds. >> grocery stores, liquor stores or any store that was selling powerball tickets on saturday did not have to search for customers. >> i'm wondering why they are all here, because i'm going to win it. >> at $600 million this powerball jackpot is the largest in its history. maryland is one of the states that par 'tis patriots and participants can't wait to see if their bank account will increase by millions and millions. who n you get that high, else to take it? i don't have no money so i'm trying to get some money. >> i feel lucky.
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it's time for me to get out of my little house and into a mansion. >> whether you take the cash lump sum of $376 million or the annuity option, that is a lot of money. >> i know exactly what to do with it. i'll help the homeless and the poor. >> take a nice, long vacation and take these paint clothes off and live good. >> i can't imagine, but i know that i would give most of it away. >> yes? >> family members and children mostly. >> wbal-tv 11 news. >> again, this morning lottery officials have confirmed a ticket matching all six numbers was sold in florida for the jackpot. >> some scary moments for a wedding party when the limo they were riding in caught fire. it happened last night at 8:30 around the exit and one of our colleagues took this video as he passed by. firefighters arrived on the
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scene to extinguish the flames and police say no one was injured but they are investigating. >> and a fire that broke out -- two homes were damaged after a fire broke out saturday morning. that fire quickly reached two alarms and we're told the homes were occupied but everyone was able to make it out quickly. >> in baltimore county police are investigating two separate stabbings. officers believe alcohol was involved in a knife attack inside erickson hall that happened around 6:00 a.m. yesterday morning. the victim was treated at union memorial hospital and has since been released and the suspect has been identified as former student cody, an aquains of the victim. he is now in police custody. meanwhile sfrers still looking for a suspect in a stabbing that happened a few hours
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before. this one around 1:20 a.m. yesterday morning in catonsville. we're told a man was found in the area stabbed multiple times but no word on his current condition. both cases are still under investigation. >> now to the 138th running of the preakness stakes, it was definitely an upset on the tracheid. while plenty were on the orb bandwagon it was oxbow who led from start to finish. his hall of fame jockey gary stevens makes history as the oldest jockey to ever win the preakness. it was also a great die people watch at pimlico. here's 11 news reporter kate amara. >> happy preakness! >> ahh. the preakness. quite possibly the only place that can attract gene simmons,
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a police detective. >> will the real police detectives please move forward. >> and a photo bomber in a horse mask. >> oh, my god it was incredible. >> there's all kinds of people from cross-eyed and crooked to fancy and senatey. >> on this day it was a lesson in contrast. >> i am an obstetrician gynecologist but not today. >> the bottomless mug of beer. >> release ling >> in a mug? >> shared a stage with -- it wasn't a race it was the woodlawn voz. more than 117,000 people still showed up. >> i've been coming here for almost 20 years. >> a little cold and rainy but we are having a lot of fun. >> everybody comes out and enjoys the day and hopes you can win some money. >> but not if you bet on orb.
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>> what happened to orb? >> there may be 138 days of tradition but the preakness broke new ground in 2013 an upset when the winning jockey proved 50 years old is most certainly not over the hill. >> we're going to be here next year. 364 days we will be right back here. >> i'm kate amara. wbal-tv 11 news. >> officers say they did not have to to any serious public safety calls and 3:05 arrests due misconduct and the other medical calls. >> i like the guy with the "stay thirsty" man. >> yes. >> looking to revamp close toe 80 of its stores, the changes ahead for food lion. >> and big problems if you're
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not careful with your personal information. >> first here's a live look outside. @
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>> the time now is 6:11, the sun has just risen over the city and there's a live look at pimlico. the calm after the storm. a lot of cleanup will be taking place today and a lot of breaking down of all the tents. an easterly wind bringing in all the moisture. the humidity at 100% at this point. that's why we're seeing fog all across the area. even a bit of drizzle as well. know i encountered some at my time driving into work this morning. looks clear across the state, but there are pockets of drizzle you have to worry about.
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basically the radar is traveling above the drizzle so it's not able to pick it up, but we are definitely seeing drizzle. >> thunderstorms off the coast of the delmarva region and more showers coming in across virginia near roanoke that the point. as we show the lightning strikes we see there were a few along the southern tip of virginia. everywhere else this is just rain that the point but it's really keeping the temperatures mild with all the cloud cover and wet weather overnight we're still at 60 degrees. we're also in the mid 50's as we head out into the mountains. so not too cool as we start off the day but all the clouds and wet weather keeps us from warming up a lot. we will see similar temperatures of yesterday. fog and drizzle earlier on then cloudy skies today with showers possible at any point especially likely as we go into
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the afternoon and it could be a little bit breezy as we go into the half of the day. we drop back into the 60's for overnight lows and that will be a mild start to your day. we're talking about these showers and you're probably getting six sick of hearing that chance but this is what's been stuck in place. this stationary boundary has just been wiggling back and forth and it will bring milder air with it but still cause unsettled weather. eventually the storm system out at this point will lift into the east and bring another chance for rain but it will sweep out the weather pattern and allow sunshine to break out next weekend so that's what we have to look forward to as we go through this seven-day forecast, we have a chance for rain especially in the afternoon hours where we could get thunder as well.
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we're up to the 80's on tuesday and wednesday and then eventsly the storm should clear off the coast and bring sunshine by next saturday. >> all right. we'll be looking forward to that by then. apparently plenty of people willing to put their money where their mouths are when it comes to losing weight. >> she is looking to lose 0% of her body weight. the payoff, cold hard cash coming up. >> and sim phonic music, theater and drag racing all in one jam-packed show. i hope you will join us for
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big this morning's alert changes and improvement in food lion. officials are investing more than 80% of their food base
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which includes more than 800 locations up and down east coast. we're told customers can expect items prices on many improving their pro discuss as well and in order make it more convenient 800 new employees have been hired overall. >> and the price of wholesale beef hit an all-time high earlier this month and there's no sign it will drop. in case you haven't heard the u.s. cattle and calf herd is at its lowest level since 1952, they have also hit hard by a lousy hay crop and draught and american beef eaters are also competing with others because more meat is being exported overseas. >> and the conclusion of a very
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influential consumer group tells us we're doing a poor job of keeping our personal information personal. >> adult smartphone users somebody suggested we might be better off sticking with dumb funds. >> your cell phone is really like a mini computer in your pocket. >> it contains more and more of our data yet more than 40% don't take minimal stopes secure it with a simple password protection. >> it's key to so many things. if you don't put a lock on that, as soon as you lose your phone, somebody swipes the screen and has access to basically everything you ever done. >> malicious smartphones getting to your phone by infected apps. >> we predict 5 million or 6
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million people last year had symptoms on their phone of malicious soft aware. >> and saying 5 million preteens use them and may unwittingly disclose personal information. >> chris clackum, wbal-tv 11 news. >> well, three major fast food chains are changing their men ews, mcdonald's is replacing the angus 1/3 pounders and will have a bacon, deluxe with cheese and ranch. barbecue of carolina sandwiches will be changed at one and taco bell -- they are testing a waffle taco. for 89 cents breakfast lovers an get a fried waffal around a
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sausage patty drizzled with maple syrup. >> that sounds like a messy one to get in the car. stay with us. much more news next but first a look at the events going on around town this weekend.
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>> a local middle school is taking the opposite floach this
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morning's healthier approach exercise takes center stage that the school. >> damion! no. you're dead! oh! >> play basketball, football. everybody just running around here having fun. >> students are moving at the charter school in east baltimore. track pants and rip away shirts are uniforms for teachers and students. >> it's a a place where we expect to be active every day and we understand the connection between the activity and academic performance. >> we make it fun and little competitive where they compete against other peers so they motivate themselves to better themselves. >> and exercise is part of regular class time. this is called a spark.
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p.e. teachers pop into math and language arts classes to get kids up, wake them up and pump up their energy and re-focus their brain. the students take the presidential fitness test three times a year and their b.m.i. and height and weight are regularly tracked. >> we meet with parents to talk about where are your students now@as far as the fitness zone and where should they be? >> finding out what kids are eating is the first step to a healthier lifestyle. >> we find out kids are skipping meals, which is often awful for teenagers, especially with breakfast and another thing is we find out how much fried and processed foods they are eating. how little fruits and vegetables are in their diet, what types of beverages they drink whether it be soda or the types of milk they drink.
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>> making better choice sincere helping thisth grader, he's changed a lot since coming here. >> i lost a lot of weight. i feel good about it. i feel good about losing weight since elementary school. >> a lot of students have become really incredible athletes. they have dropped quite a bit of weight and they have also -- we've seen improvement in their grades and as well as attendance. >> a rate most schools would envy, 97% attendance. >> and the self-esteem that the school is awesome. we should do that here. we need a p.e. teacher to get us up and moving. >> 97% attendance? that's unbelievable. that's a reason to do it right there. >> congratulations to those kids at osiya. >> a former philadelphia cop who received praise from president obama is now on the other side of the law.
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>> welcome back to 11 news sunday morning, thanks for joining us today. >> our top stories in a moment but first we check outside with ava. and we have an unwelcomed guest called rain. >> i want to thank jen for working all day yesterday and coming in today. a lot of our crew was out at pimlico all day yesterday and they are back at work this morning. >> we have such an ok weather day. it's hard when it gets so hot and sunny and a big crowd of people. people don't hydrate. you start to worry about health concerns. it was a little chilly for us women in dresses but no sun burn. >> yes.
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>> 61 degrees at the airport. we have light rain being reported that the point. the sun is already up but our icon still has to catch up. humidify at 100%. so fog and drizzle will be the story as we go throughout the norninge we will be watching showers november later today across virginia and north carolina. the forecast at 8:00 a.m. patchy fog and drizzle with 63 for a high then by the afternoon showers become more likely as we approach 70 for the afternoon high. so the bottom line, if you have outdoor plans, rain gear will probably be good to take along. >> taking a look now at some of the morning's top stories, an elderly couple recovering this morning after being hit by a car in baltimore coufpblet it happened on noort road near puttyville. last night an 80-year-old man suffered serious injuries and
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transported to shock trauma. the female was also teen shock trauma and her injuries are believed to be not as severe as the man's. the vehicle remained at the scene and there's no word right now who is at fault. >> and police are investigating a double shooting. it happened at the 1200 block of glendon avenue. two males were suffering from gunshot wounds. at last check both are listed in stable condition at an area hospital. >> and we're learning more about a suspicious death investigation that may stem from an attempted murder-suicide. police found a body of a woman and unconscious man. the woman 45-year-old kathleen washington suffered multiple injuries but are awaiting an autopsy to determine her exact cause of death.
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meanwhile the man is listed in serious condition but is alive and suffering from what police say are self-inflicted wounds. >> covering the nation this morning as many as 60 people are being treated for injuries they sustained when a car drove into a parade in south western virginia. an elderly driver was participanting a parade when he may have suffered a medical emergency when he plowed his ar into the crowd. no injuries are believed to be life threatening though. >> and a u.s. airways express flight had to make a belly landing after the landing gear refused to come down. >> and at newark ashte outside new york city early this
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morning, u.s. airways flight 4560 operated by pediatrician monte airlines took off at 11:00 from philadelphia bound for newark. it made a hard landing shortly after 1:00 a.m. the flight crew declared an emergency after the plane's left mainlanding gear would not extend. port authority firefighter units met the plane on the runway and evacuated passengers. amazeingly no injuries were reported. all passengers recovered their bags and left the airport shortly after their landing. >> experts say belly landings are uncommon because there's a backup system to force landing gear. >> the question is why was the alternate process not successful? that's where the investigation will be focused. >> the last time a belly
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landing was in poland when a polish airliner carrying 230 passengers was forced to land after experiencing problems with its landing gear. no one was injured. last year an excited airlines flight landed without its front landing gear. survivors of airplane emergencies say the memory is hard to shake. author noah gallagher shannon survived an emergency landing several years ago and coincidentally writes an account in this week's newark magazine. >> one of the scary parts of that situation is you're not able to control where your mind goes. >> for passengers and crews this morning a brush with danger but smoother landing. >> from tho suspect a former philadelphia police officer is charged with sex crimes. he was once called a hero by president obama for chasing down a suspect even after being shot in the face.
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he retired two years ago but now faces two charges of rape and sexual assault. >> meanwhile law enforcement officials are executing a search warrant in the case of two letters containing ricin. the letters were intercepted and searched a neighborhood in downtown spoe can. no word on whether police have named any suspects and there are no reports of illness in connection with those letters. >> sometimes we all need a little nudge to exercise especially on a day like today so what if someone paid you to do it? a nice incentive and always great to get paid to do something but the game where you bet on yourself? that's coming up. >> plus your weather channel storm chaser how they catch up with a tornado in rural kansas.
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>> the time now is 6:38. there's a live look outdoors. notice how it looks kind of foggy snout most of that fog is higher up above the surface so it's not really impeding your travel that the point. it's 61 degrees at the airport. 65 downtown. we have an easterly wind right now and anytime you see the easterly wind, we usually start off with a lot of clouds and wet weather which is what we are seeing at this point. light drizzle being reported in many spots including at the airport. you don't see that on the radar because the radar is traveling above the clouds. light drizzle being reported right now. we also have more showers that crossed over the lower eastern shore and the southern delmarva
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tips are moving off the coast as well. and all these areas of showers, parts of virginia into roanoke and north carolina that's the next batch of wet weather to move our way. we stay pretty mild. at 61 degrees at the airport and also in the mid 50's as we lead out into the mountains. now flip side to that is with all the cloud cover and wet weather we're not going warm up a whole lot as we go into the afternoon. similar setup to what we saw yesterday. temperatures only approached 70 degrees. we do think you will see more showers today than what we saw yesterday but again it's not going to train entire day. easterly winds at 12 miles an hour become a little breezy as we go into the afternoon. showers still possible. that keeps temperatures from dropping off. this is what we're dealing with right now. right here in the mid-atntic
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we still have this boundary down to our south causing unsettled weather. this is going to move back up into the north as we move throughout the day. that will move into maryland in the upcoming week. eventually this entire storm system will clear out from the coast into the end of the week but this is a slow-moving pattern so it will be days and days before we see a big change. the change you will notice is the weather. 73 in dallas. this warm air will migrate and push our air into the low 80's. next weekend for memorial day weekend that cold front will finally clear the area. warming up to, showers and thunderstorms possible. it's only a 40% chance. they are hit and miss on tuesday. isolated chances. 84 wednesday. we still have a chance thursday
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into friday. hopefully we may see some sunshine for the start of memorial day weekend. >> the former barclay rec center re-opened yesterday. it was shut down last august, a victim of budget cuts. but now the greater homeless community cooperation in charge of all the rehabilitation envisions a wide array of activities from yoga classes to job skills training. >> they don't need to be driving so far for things they are looking for. >> that was karen stokes who insists the center will try to offer what the public demands. >> when it comes to the battle of the bulge many pay a trainer or dieting meal service but next we have the story of a woman who is betting on herself
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to lose big. >> but first here's a look at last night's winning lottery numbers.
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>> welcome back, our next story flies in the face of some of the things your parents probably told you to stay away from like gambling and peer pressure, because that's next premise of our story. >> kim never had a problem with
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weight until she gained 50 pounds with her first pregnancy and 20 pounds with the next one. >> i was overweight for almost 20 years. >> at her heaviest she was 230 pounds, fed up she joined weight watchers two years ago and lost 80 pounds. but then stalled. >> i was very close to my goal but then the holidays came and i wasn't following weight watchers and i gained back 15 pounds. so now i'm 25 pounds away from my goal. i know i can do it. i know i can lose the weight. >> she is motivated because she is betting on herself to lose. to lose 10% of her body weight at the website healthy wage.com. t's been announcing cash and the founder says his sbns
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rooted in research. >> it was published that said weight loss incentives were maybe three times more likely to lose weight so we thought that was really exciting. >> he says they have had more than 100,000 participants? teen -- teams who compete against other teams. and win thousands of dollars. >> that creates peer pressure which can be surprisingly strong. or those like kim who bet $150 that she could lose 15 nounds six months. if she does it she wins $300, if not she loses her $150. >> winning the money is a nice incentive and the thought of losing $150 really feels five me. >> that's the whole point here. cash as the carrot and the stick. a positive and negative incentive to shed the pounds.
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>> a typical 35-year-old woman win 07 challenge they will money and most will lose weight even if they don't. >> he says it's consistent with academic research on health incentive programs. >> they have to have some of their own skin in the game so they put up money as a commitment and lose weight over a certain period of time. >> she says her bet has made the game of weight loss interesting for once and remember she's been down the road before. >> i got tired. it was the same old thing and it was something different. >> it gave her a tool, she says, to combat the drudgery of pedaling pinde counting on the way to her goal weight. >> i'm kate amara, wbal-tv 11 news. >> she looks fabulous zfment the founders of healthy wage ys cheating has been a
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problem so to see how it works, we put a link on our website at www.wbaltv.com. >> it started as a small support group for friends is now a large support group. weight watchers celebrating 50 years of helping people lose weight. you have lost how much? >> 104 pounds with weight watchers. >> we're going to take a look at her before picture. it doesn't even look like you. you did this over a year 1/2? >> yes. and using e tools. >> big fan of weight watchers. absolutely. >> you lost 104 pounds and i'm now a leader. >> and happy to be working with members all over the place. >> and you are cooking from weight watchers' brand-new cookbook out. >> we celebrate our 50th anniversary. gene back in 1963 invited some of her friends over because
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they all wanted to lose weight and got that support together and it started a revolution. >> this is jam-packed with recipes and has all the points values in it and it's part of the 360 program. >> appetizers, everybody in the 19 0's. you couldn't have a party without the onion soup dip and the potato chips. we've lightened it up but it still has that fantastic flavor. >> it is packed full of flavor. 1/4 cup is only two points. you put in it -- >> a greek yogurt, a whole onion, a bouillon cube. it feels like you're having that old onion dip. >> slimming the ingredients down a bit and you've done that with coleslaw which can be packed full of hundreds of calories, but also making coleslaw takes forever shredding the cabbage. now you can buy the preshredded
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cabbage. and adding in some yogurt, some mayonnaise still has -- mustard with the tangy flavor without all the fat. >> and we're going to put them on our website as well. >> it's retro recipes. but modernizing for today. >> and nothing is off-limits with weight watchers. it all depends on how you cook it. you have found a way to make fake fried chicken. >> we all remember in the 1970's, you would shake the chicken in the bag and the kids loved it. well, we've upgraded for today. so chicken, 2/3 of a cup of corn flake crumbs. two teaspoons of paprika. tablespoon of flower. teaspoon of brown sugar. powder, and salt
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and -- and half a teaspoon of cumin. >> that's just a lot of flavor in there to mix it up with. >> and very easy to do. >> cyril and put it in a blender or take a mallet? >> yes. even put your chicken in egg beaters? >> no. that's all it takes. >> and the fun spart the kids, you let them help. >> oh, yes, they like doing stuff like that. loads of fun. >> get it all coated then stick it in the oven. cook away and when you're done the finished product looks like, this absolutely gorgeous and a great way to make your chicken and all the point values or your smartphone. >> there's an app for that. >> amy, congratulations on your weight loss. >> thank you for letting me be here this morning. >> you're so welcome. i think you're going to make a wonderful leader. >> thank you. >> coming up in sports, an
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incredible run and comeback we saw yesterday at the preakness, plus the orioles trying to plus the orioles trying to avoid a comeback from ♪ alright, let's go.
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preakness fetishes you're going employ ages you're going to do so at your own financial peril. if you didn't like 50-year-old saddling up the long shot, you missed out. at least i did. oxbow with more than 117,000 on hand, a bit dreary at times but still had a lot of fun. orb the favorite and so dominating at the kentucky derby never factored in because oxbow went to the lead early and never looked back. gary stevens, 50 years old, retired for seven years but came back because he thought he still had something left and something to prove. no one to challenge him. he knew this was going to be pretty special. >> oxbow, itsmyluckyday to the outside. and it's oxbow. and gary stevens will win the
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preakness in second is itsmyluckyday. giving dnlt wayne lukas his fifth championship and the comeback? i think he's redefining the term. >> i'm not going to lie to you. to win a classic at 50 years old after seven years of being retired -- it doesn't get any better than this. this is super, super sweet. it happened to the right guy and all the stars were aligned. and i couldn't be more pleased winning this thing. it's even more special winning it for wayne lukas and his team. >> we take a look at the results from the preakness, bow, itsmyluckyday and another paid $35 on a $1 bet. >> also making his orioles debut facing the tampa bay
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raise a very nice start for the young man, ben zo bioterrorist certainly thought so. he went out five -- nick markakis with an r.b.i. double and chris davis, his league leading 12th home run of the season. in the fourth jim johnson struggled to win the save opportunity. hadn't done that in more than a year. back at it again. a solo shot he gives up to kelly johnson and then matt just, drove in five including those two and put tampa bay in front. they knocked off the orioles by a final of 10-6. congratulations to the maryland women's top-ranked maryland women knocking off the duke lue devils 14-9.
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i'm pete gilbert. have a great day. >> and the time right now is 6:58. 65 degrees downtown here's a look ahead to our next hour of 11 news sunday morning. >> summer brings health risks that should be taken seriously. how to prevent them in our "medical alert." >> we will also sit down with an author at 7:24. >> and tips to help you meet mr. right if you haven't already found him. >> 11 news sunday morning continues. stay with us.
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>> and welcome to 11 news sunday morning i'm jennifer franciotti. lisa has the day off. >> i'm kerry cavanaugh. we'll get to our top stories in a moment but first let's take a look outside with ava. >> it will be hard for the sun to break out. yesterday, there were a few peeks of sun but it will be harder today. can you believe a week later we are still talking about the same pattern? 61 degrees at the airport. light rain and drizzle being reported with a lot of clouds in place, humidity at 100%.
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east-northeast winds helping to lock in that moisture off the east coast. low in the sky mainly in the form of drizzle, but we also have showers down bnorth carolina. temperatures climb into the 60's where at by lunch time we're at 67 and by 4:00 p.m. we approach 270 degrees. so similar to yesterday but more rain. >> thanks ava. the odds were at least in one person's favor. one winning ticket sold for last night's powerball lottery. >> officials say the lone winning ticket was sold in a super market in florida and it's a powerball record. >> if you bought a ticket, it's time to check the numbers, they are 10, 13,14, 22 and 52 with a powerball of 11. although the odds was 175
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million to one we found plenty of people willing to place a bet on those odds. >> grocery stores, liquor stores or any store that was selling powerball tickets on saturday did not have to search for customers. >> i'm wondering why they are all here, because i'm going to win it. >> at $600 million it's the largest in powerball history. maryland is one of the states that par 'tis patriots and participants can't wait to find out if their bank account is going increase by many zeros. >> so me and my mama can be rich for mother's day. >> i mean who else to take it? i don't have no money so i'm going to try to get some money. you know? >> i feel lucky. it's time for me to get out of my little house and into a mansion. >> weather you take the cash lump sum of $376 million or the annuity option, that's a lot of
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money. >> i know exactly what to do with it. i will help the homeless and the poor. >> take a nice long vacation and take these paint clothes off and live good. >> i can't imagine but i know i would give most of it away. >> yes. >> family members and children mostly. >> george lettuce, wbal-tv 11 news. >> and this morning lottery officials confirming all matching numbers for the one ticket was sold in florida. >> scary moment for a wedding party when the limo they were riding in caught fire it happened near the northern parkway exit. one of our colleagues took this video as he passed by. firefighters arrived quickly and extinguished the flames. no one was hurt but it remains under investigation what caused that fire. > and a fire that broke out -- fire officials with baltimore
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city say two homes were damaged. the fire quickly reached two alarms. the homes were occupied at the time but everybody made it out safely. the displaced familys are being assisted by neighborhood services and the red cross. >> in baltimore county police are inveths gating two separate stabbings. officers with the unbc police say they believe alcohol was involved in the knife attack that happened around 6 a.m. yesterday morning and the victim was treated for stab wounds to the arm and has since been released. 26 suspect was identified as a former student an acquaintance of the victim and is now in police custody. >> meanwhile, officers looking stabbing spect in the that happened yesterday. a man was found stabbed multiple times. no word on his condition.
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. >> now to the 138th running of the preakness stakes. it was an upset on the track. everybody was on the orb bandwagon but oxbow led from start to finish. his 50-year-old jockey gary stevens makes history as the oldest jockey to win the preakness. it was a day to watch the horses but also a day to watch the people. here's 11 news reporter kate amara. >> happy preakness! >> ahh, the preakness. quite possibly the only place that can attract gene simmons, a police detective. >> will the real police detective please move forward. >> and a photo bomber in a horse mask. >> oh, my god it was incredible. >> there's all kinds of people from cross-eyed and crooked to fancy and senatey, so it's a
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lot of fun. >> pimlico was a lesson in contrast. >> i'm an obstetrician-gynecologist. >> that's great. >> but not today. >> the bottomless mug of beer. >> it's reisling. >> in a mug? >> it's not a vase it's the woodlawn vozz. it didn't matter that may 18 was a windy, drizzly day more than 117,000 people still showed up. >> oh, i've been coming here for almost 20 years. >> a little cold. a little rainy. but we're having a lot of fun. >> you get together and enjoy the day. >> not if you bet on orb. >> what happened to orb? >> there may be 138 years of tradition but the preakness broke new ground in 2013, an upset on old hill top when the winning jockey proved 50 years old is most certainly not other the hill.
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>> we will be here next year. 364 days we will be right back. >> i'm kate amara, wbal-tv 11 news. >> and baltimore city police say for them it was a relative lie quiet preakness and they didn't have to respond to any serious zibts. three men were arrested for disorderly conduct and there were 23 minor medical calls. so a great day. >> you were out there for hours and hours. >> yes. everybody had a great time. those who put money on oxbow certainly had a great time. >> but not as good as the powerball winner in florida. >> right. up next, the safety concerns for summer. >> and relationship advice from the author of this book. the steps he says you need to take in order to meet mr. right. >> first you're looking at a live picture from our skycam. hundreds more in your wallet year after year.
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>> more reports of severe weather this morning and this time in the plains states.
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weather channel storm chasers caught up with two tornadoes saturday afternoon and you can see both formed over open farm field. they kicked up a lot of dirt but otherwise no serious damage has been reported then in parts of alabama they are trying to dry out after floodwaters washed out roads and forced several water rescues. when the sun came out several roads looked like this one and with 400 miles of dirt roads some areas could be harder hit and 20 people called to be rescued from rising floodwaters. >> in that video out of alabama, it brings up an interesting point. don't ever drive through a road that has water over it because the road under it could be washed out. we have drizzle and fog from our pimlico cam as crews continue to clean up.
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61 at the airport. an easterly wind bringing in all the moisture. humidity at 100%. that's what you're feeling as you step outdoors. it's sticky with all the moisture in the air. that's helping produce low clouds and drizzle. low in the skies and the radar traveling above it and doesn't see it so it is there and you knife tap your windshield wipers a couple of times as you travel out this morning. otherwise we tracked through ocean city and along the tip of delmarva, numerous strikes of lightning. we are not seeing any onshore at this point but more showers come through near roanoke making their way towards richmond as well. this is what we will watch out for as we go into the afternoon. temperatures barely fell off. mostly in the low 60's. with 60 in easton and 63 in
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cambridge. as you move into the mountains it's near 50 in frostburg. the same thing that kept our temperatures mild overnight is going to keep us cool into the afternoon. temperatures in the upper 60's to low 70's today as clouds in place help block out the sun. i was mentioning showers sitting down to our south. tonight a chance for scattered showers as we fall back into the mid 60's. there will be a chance to start off your day tomorrow. this boundary to our south producing thunderstorms in georgia right now. this boundary is going to lift up into the atlanta over the next couple of days bringing milder weather but also chances for rain. many days with rain chances in this seven-day forecast. event thirty storm system comes through the east by the end of the week and behind that we are just hoping for one full day of sunshine.
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that's all we can ask for after such an unsettled air pattern. 71 in dallas, 76 in houston. all this will be coming your way over the next couple of days. here's your seven-day forecast. a chance for showers and storms through the afternoon. through the ance week and it should clear out by friday. >> just in time for the summer find barclay rec center re-opened. it was shut down last august but now the greater homewood community corporation which was in charge of the renovation hast decided to put yoga classes to job skills training in there. >> our community doesn't need
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to drive for far away to get a yoga class. this is where they live and this is where we want them to play. >> they are looking to put classes there based on public demand. >> we will be looking at our sunday brunch and pet questions. >> and an author with more on how he is trying to tackle childhood obesity. >> coming up on tv hill sim phonic music and theater and drag racing all in one jam-packed show.
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>> state health officials want to change parental contestant form for tanning salons to better protect children. a sparnte tired fill out a
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consent form for their teens wanting to use a tanning bed. forms must be filled out every six months and parents must show a state-issued i.d. and must sign an information sheet that tanning can cause cancer. >> we have come back to propose a different kind of form that's very clearly describes the serious risks that are involved in indoor tanning. >> the public can weigh in on proposed revisions. comments must be submitted by june 13. >> in this morning's "medical alert" we have a summer pop quiz to keep us protected. good morning. >> good morning. >> good see you. tell us hydration of course is one of the big things to remember in summertime. >> yes. it's key and you want to remember you're drinking fluids before you feel thirsty so all throughout day try to get fluids and watch your children, especially the small ones. they cannot tell you.
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if they seem listless, that's a sign of dehydration and if you eat plenty of fruits and vegetables you will get a lot of water. even a carrot is mostly water. >> so if your kids don't want to drink a lot of water, give them fruit. >> yes. >> now, you have a new contraption. >> it's a custom dial system strap. it comes in a knee and elbow strap and it is for minor tendonitis. it provides customized pain relief because you use this little dial and it provides targeted pressure on the tendon that's bothering you. for many of us we get this minor pain that prevents us from exercising. this will keep us going and you don't have to adjust the whole strap, just the little dial. i used this this morning and i was on the treadmill and it really had a nice effect. >> you were on a treadmill
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before you came here? >> i did four miles, yes. >> so that is made by the same company as ace brand. >> yes. >> and everybody is going to start doing activities in the summer they don't normally do. aches and pains gardening is one. i brought something here called arnicare. it contains the extract of a flower and can work to help reduce muscle stiffness, soreness, bruising, swelling. this is not greasy. it doesn't smell and it gets quickly absorbed by the skin. >> i've had this horrible bruise for a week. i've never seen it in a gel, so is this more effective? >> for the bruises yes. it kind of feels good. >> it does. and that stuff really works. it can really take away a bruise quickly and help with the pain. >> also there's oral arnika.
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>> and these are homeopathic ways. >> so you're not popping tylenol. >> right. and sun block. the incident of melanoma is going up. if you got five sun burns in your life you have doubled the chance you will get melanoma. you want to make sure it has s.p.f. 50 and reply even if it says it's waterproof, it's not. it's water resistant. so re-apply. >> any difference between the sticks, sprays and creams? >> no. as long as it's yacht u.v.a. and u.v.b. and it's broad spectrum and you re-apply it. >> stay with us. fun and creative ways to get your kids to be more active. but first here's a look at some
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events going on around town.
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>> welcome back. encouraging kids to eat right and exercise is the focus of this morning's healthier youth and joining us this morning is bud dunking the author of "abc's of exercise." good morning. around your helpers we have 10-year-old madison and we have 6-year-old justin.
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thank you guys for coming in this morning. all dressed and ready to exercise. tell me about your book. >> this is "jacob's abc's to exercise." i felt there was a void and something was missing and i wanted to create something where anybody could do this with their family members or after-school programs. so i wanted to make it simple enough where you don't have to have a background in health in order to perform these activities. >> the whole key is to make it fun and to show kids how to do it and you're not really ever too young to exercise. >> no age limit or activity. >> so go through it? >> i use the abc's as a platform. that's how we learn with reading and writing so i said let me incorporate some activities with that. >> you guys want to show us something? >> you want to hold the book? >> i will do that.
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>> the first letter we're going to do is letter a for arm circles so we put our arms out to the side. >> can you put the kids in front of you? >> five circles going forward. i'm going to do it with you. >> one, two, three, forward. four, five and stop then we are going to go backwards. one, two, three, four, five and stop there. so pretty much the arm circles for strengthening the muscles and the shoulders. now a stretch for our trunk and core called a trunk twist for the letter t. so hold from the for five seconds. three, two, one then turn towards your right. hold that for five seconds. four, three, two and one so that's pretty much a stretch for your low back and trunk. pretty much a book i created that covers the six components of physical fitness from
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abdominal and strengthening and stretching. so we target every muscle until your body but in a fun way using jacob and his friends. >> and how long have these kids been doing it with you? >> they are pretty new to it but as their family gets involved, i hope they do it for a lifetime. >> madison, i'm going to ask you to speak into my microphone, how much do you like this? >> a lot. >> so it's fun? >> yes. >> justice, come on over here. what do you like about the exercise? >> that it helps you with your body and it's fun. >> very good. so where can people find your book? >> on amazon or go to my create space ex-store, create space.com/3668643. >> all right. sounds great. anything else you want to say about your book? >> well, go out and get it. >> enough said. book is good.
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>> "abc's of exercise". >> by buzz duncan. time right now, 7:28, much more news coming up. stay with us.
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>> you are watching wbal tv 11, live, local, late breaking: this is a 11 news sunday morning.
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>> welcome back. we're going to take another look outside with ava marie. >> it's not going to rain the entire day but at any moment, we have that chance for re so it gets hard to plan out directive as you haveas long a brain jacket or umbrella, you should be fine to get outside. 61 degrees right now at the airport where we have light rain and drizzle being reported. we have a little bit of fog as well with humidity at 100%. you are feeling the moisture in the air right now with the wind at 7 miles per hour. when we get an easterly wind, we get that moisture coming in off the ocean. the radar looks pretty quiet but mainly because the rain is in the lower atmosphere, undetected by radar. more showers further to our south in virginia and north carolina so today we have showers possible at any time. through 8:00led a.m. and by lunch time, we are up to 67 degrees and approaching
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70 this afternoon break at any point, it showers are possible. >> thank you. time for a look at what's coming up on "meet the press." [no audio] >> can you tell us what is on tap today? >> good morning, we will be talking about controversies for the white house and the president slow to respond to them and now going on the offense. mitch mcconnell will be here, and the chairman of the house ways and means committee after the scandal, will join our roundtable. >> you mentioned the irs controversy. it has been a difficult week for the obama administration in terms of responding to these controversies. how do you think the president's long-term agenda and big items like health care and immigration
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reform could be affected? >> part of it is a discipline within the white house use a dennis mcdonough he doesn't want to spend more than 10% of white house time on these matters. they've got to overcome a pretty energized republican opposition. it is now galvanized by some of these issues like benghazi and the irs. the president has thrown the idea of taking on the federal shield law to better protect reporters who are trying to publish government secrets. on capitolall churn hill but how quickly will they get into campaign mode on these issues that preclude action on immigration or the budget with the debt ceiling fight coming up. >> thank you so much. don't forget, you can watch "meet the press" 10:00 a.m.
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right here on wbal. an elderly couple is recovering after they were hit by a car in baltimore county. it happened on harford road at 9:30 last night. and 80-year-old man suffered serious injuries and the female victim was taken to shock trauma as well preclude her injuries are believed to be not as severe as the man. the vehicle remained at the scene and now there is no word on who was at fault. police are investigating a double shooting in southwest baltimore that happened before 1:00 yesterday morning. investigators a officers arrived on the scene to find two juvenile males suffering from gunshot wounds. one was shot in the leg and the other in that had and they are both in stable condition. we're learning more about a suspicious death investigation in arbutus that may stem from an attempted murder/suicide police
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found the body of a woman and an unconscious man and we know the woman is a 45-year-old and police say she suffered multiple injuries that they are waiting for an autopsy to figure out the exact cause of death. the man found in the house was listed in critical but stable condition suffering from what police say are self-inflicted wounds. there is at least one winner so far this morning in the lottery. one winning ticket was sold for last night's record power ball jackpot at a supermarket in florida. whoever has a just one more than $590 million. that is the biggest power ball jackpot ever. the odds of winning the lottery or one in 175 million said don't feel bad if you came up short span i feel lik we will win the jackpot because there is a whole lot at stake. >> step ahead, we are joined by eight pet looking for a good home.
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>> looking at the radar, we have a few showers and will have details coming up. relation >> should advise for all the single ladies looking for mr. right. we have the author of this block next. [ telephone rings ] good evening, this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive.
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>> now your instaweather plus forecast. look out of live doors at pimlico after the big day for preakness. everyone will be out there today cleaning up and everyone was keeping everyone safe yester day. the people out there will have to face a couple of showers. we are seeing fog and a bit of drizzle.
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airport but at the it is deceiving when you look at the radar. you do not see any green across the state of maryland that we have rain drops out there, low in this guide but below the radar. you may have to tap your windshield wipers a couple of times driving this morning. showers of move to the lower eastern shore and a few thunderstorms on the tip of the delmarva and those are moving off the coast but numerous strikes of lightning are still be -- still being reported. the showers will migrate through virginia and north carolina and we will have to watch out for these through the afternoon. temperatures are pretty mild right now because we have so much cloud cover. 61 at the airport, 63 in annapolis and upper 50's into westminster. that same effect keeps us cooler in the afternoon. we will probably only warm up into the upper 60's and a few may push past 70 degrees.
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we will have fog and drizzle early and then a chance for showers throughout the day and especially as we get into the afternoon. the winds are bringing in the moisture from the coast and it turns a little bit breezy later in the day. if you were outside yesterday, the breeze makes it feel that much cooler. dress worn today with maybe a rain jacket. scattered showers through tonight as we drop back into the 60's. it is mild to start tomorrow but we will see warmer weather into tomorrow afternoon. we have this unsettled boundary down to our south, the same one we have been dealing with for many days. it is -- it was still calls the rain next week. there's a storm system in the northern plains that is producing some nasty thunderstorms across iowa and through minnesota and this will move slowly. it will take until the end of the week until it comes through the mid-atlantic and what's it does, we will see a big change in the weather pattern. we can get -- we will finally get a nice sunny day into
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saturday. warmer air will be coming in from the south, 75 in new orleans and we will see this warmer air migrated to baltimore for the next couple of days. tomorrow, 85 on tuesday, amid 80's wednesday at a chance for storms and showers throughout the week because of that stationary front. we are expecting most of it into the afternoon hours but it could pop up into the morning. you will watch your umbrella each and every day and hopefully, thursday into friday, the storm will clear out and that could make a sunny start to memorial day weekend. >> ladies, when it comes to dating, finding mr. right is not easy but finding some perspective can be thanks to this new book. vs mr.g mr. wright right now"is a name of the book by what ladies to focus on what
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it takes to meet the perfect man family castle lot of frogs before we find mr. right. >> i want to circumvent the process. >> this gives a man's perspective. you go through the different stages and some of the mistakes that women make. let's talk about that first, ways we sabotage finding the right man out there. >> being guarded, being too pessimistic, being aloof - there are so many different things. >you want to be at a good stage in your life. you don't want to be so inflexible that you don't get you want because you are not sure. you don't want to be hard to catch and so on and so forth. you want to give a guy would he is looking for and give -- and you want him to give you the same theme don't keep everything so close. >> put up too many walz. >> you don't want to be too masculine are not know how to prioritize.
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should have what you -- what you want and you should not settle them . don't't be handed manner play sports? >> there is room for everybody in this generation but in this day and age, some women take the approach that they should go and talk to a man and start the conversation and drive it to the point where they wanted to go. >> being to forward. the bookgo through in differentiating between an adult male and a male who is still really a little boy. >> i don't want women to waste their time on mr. right now which is an adult male. you are looking for an amazing man to spend the rest of your life with great if you want to find that, you have to know the warning signs of dating adult males. >> our floor director is
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pointing to himself. basically, if the man in your life is still living at home - >> he's not a man, he as an adult male. >> you say why waste your time and mr. right now. >> you cannot grow him into mr. right. men are not a do-it-yourself project. if you want to find a man to love and grow, you want to look for mr. right. >> that is perhaps the bus line i have ever hide -- you are not looking for a do-it-yourself project. this came out valentine's day and is doing well. it is the inside locked. thank you so much. the men of the book is "why gas when you can no/." takes all the mystery out of it. stay with us, we will have a pet looking for a good home.
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here is a look at last night's winning lottery numbers.
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>> now, a 11 sports -- -- if he going to did not like the 50-year-old jockey and 77-year-old trainer,
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you missed the big time. day daylking about ox at the progress with more than 117,000 on hand. -- a day at the preakness. 3-5 ave to talk aboutorb, favorite but he never figured in. never looked back. by the backstretch, nobody was there to challenge an anti knew this was going to be special. -- and he knew this was going to be special. gary stevens to win the preakness. giving d. wayne lucas
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his sixth win. going to lie to you. to win a classic at 50 years old after seven years' retirement, it does not get any better than this. this is super, super sweet and did happen for the right guy, all the stars were aligned and i could not be more pleased winning this thing. it is even more special winning it for wayne lukas and his team. >> these are the results of the preakness. robust $35 on a $2 bet. the orioles were in baltimore. there were facing the tampa bay rays. the newbie had a nice big lead.
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had his league- leading 12th home run of the season. jim johnson blew an opportunity last time. he's back at it again. there is a solo shot he gives up. trudy oriolese all day going 3-5. the tampa bay rays knocked off the orioles by a final of 10-6. congratulations to the maryland women top right, knocking off the duke blue devils. they will face syracuse now. have a great day. >> the timeout is 7:50 and 65 degrees downtown and we are next in the kitchen with sunday
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brunch. a >> ava marie will have a look at our not so heavenly forecast.
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>> we are just minutes away from sun.'s "today show." i'm guessing either one of the one that power ball. since you are both there. >> that is a giveaway. >> that's not exactly true, we were in a pool but it was not the big jackpot but we are each 37 cents richer this morning. >> i thought it was 36 cents. >> for you guys. >> there was one person who had all the numbers and, as you have pointed out, it is not any of us. it is exciting to figure out who it may be and the winning ticket was sold in a florida supermarket and we will go there live this morning. >> wild weather rolled through the plane's and we will talk about major tornado threats across a big stretch of the country. >> so, what happens to the when theyoss vegas
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are no longer needed. you'll get a lesson in las vegas history. dads its auntoms, caster on belly -- and cast your own belly when we get started here and "today." >> it is time for sunday brunch and we have that day late. good morning. >> good morning. >> you are making our day. the whole part of display. >> you are known for everything fresh and italian, of course. what are we making today? this is not a typical italian specialty. are known for our beef.
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the company started many years ago. we will showcase how to take some of our prime steaks and what to do with it. we will do a recipe today which is a dry sirloin. we will make a quick dry rub for it and we'll make a black bean and corn salad. it is light and healthy and tasty. >> this is quite a cuts. i think this could feed a family. >> this is a great need for memorial day next weekend. we are going to make our dry rub. a little smoked paprika. then we take some cumin, some brown sugar - >> how much time do you like to let the dry rubs it on there? >> it gets too wedded get soggy.
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-- give it gets too wet, it gets soggy. we have a little regular sugar -- sugar caramelizes the meat and gives it flavor and a nice crust. black pepper and a touch of cayenne pepper. just to give it some sheets. it is not overpowering but a nice taste in the background. we will mix it up. we have our grill pan ready. you can do this indoors or outdoors. are mixing, tell us about ciriello's. >> it is located in belvedere square. it is a great market. we have our pride as people and fish people and meet and to fresh-prepared foods. make our own salad dressing, are on pasta sauces.
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you can find them on the website as well. >> you can also send a self- addressed stamped envelope. we will give you that recipe. >> we are running out of time so we might have to push the salad for the next segment. we'll throw this on the grill. >> well be rightack.
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good morning. breaking news. one winning powerball ticket worth more than $590 million sold at a supermarket in flor a florida. who's the lucky winner now worth more than $500 million?
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we're live right where that winning ticket was sold. tornado outbreak. multiple twisters touching down across the plains, and forecasters warn it is just the beginning of a very dangerous weather system today. 35 million people in its path, and dylan will show you who's most at risk. and bye-bye beck. with tears in his eyes, david beckham says good-bye to the game that made him an international superstar, as his fans wonder what's next for him, today, sunday, may 19th, 2013. captions paid for by nbc-universal television and welcome to "today" on this sunday morning. i'm erica hill. >> and i'm lester holt. millions of people are waking up as losers this morning. that includes us. >> so encouraging. >> yeah, well, i meant

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